Maskoŭskaja line

The Maskoŭskaja line (Belarusian: Маскоўская; Russian: Московская; lit: "Moscow line") is a line of the Minsk Metro. The line was opened along with the Metro in 1984 with the original eight station segment, and crosses the city on a northeast–southwest axis. Currently it comprises 15 stations and 19.1 km (11.9 mi) of track.

Maskoŭskaya line
Overview
StatusOperational
OwnerMinsk Metro
TerminiUručča
Malinawka
Stations15
Service
TypeRapid transit
SystemMinsk Metro
History
Opened1984
Technical
Line length19.1 km (11.9 mi)
Track gauge1,524 mm (5 ft)[1]
Route map

Uručča
Barysaŭski trakt
Uschod
Maskoŭskaja
Park Čaliuskincaŭ
Akademiya Navuk
Ploshcha Yakuba Kolasa
Ploshcha Pyeramohi
Kastrychnitskaya
Minsk Metro Second Line logo.svg
Ploshcha Lyenina
Belarusian Railway Minsk Metro Third Line logo.svg
Instytut Kultury
Belarusian Railway
Hrushawka
Mikhalova
Pyatrowshchyna
Malinawka

TimelineEdit

Segment Date opened
Instytut KulturyMaskowskaya June 26, 1984
MaskoŭskajaUschod December 30, 1986
UschodUručča November 7, 2007
Instytut KulturyPyatrowshchyna November 7, 2012
PyatrowshchynaMalinawka June 3, 2014

TransfersEdit

# Transfer to At
2 Awtazavodskaya line Kastrychnitskaya
3 Zelenaluzhskaya line Ploshcha Lyenina

Rolling stockEdit

The line is served by the Moskovskoe depot (№ 1), and currently has 21 five carriage 81-717/714 and the modernised 81-717.5M/714.5M trains assigned to it.

Recent developments and future plansEdit

A 5.2 km extension has been constructed to the southwest of the city and contains three stations: Hrushawka, Mikhalova, and Pyatrowshchyna. It was opened on November 7, 2012.

The last extension was on June 3, 2014, when Malinawka was opened.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "404 Page Not Found". lrta.org. Light Rail Transit Association. Retrieved April 27, 2020. Cite uses generic title (help)

External linksEdit